A few days before I go on a trip again and start new adventures here I am, making a compilation of the final weeks of 2017 and the first of 2018
At the border of the forest are this wild bananas planting where I took this picture of a rising flower, that has been recognized by the VSCO Curation team.
This photo I took it across the street from the house of my parents in Guanare, and there was this lonely plantain plant, with these beautiful flowers.
My inexperience made me think that already harvesting the beans the process was finished, but it turns out that storing the seeds also has its complications
In August all change, I think I'm more focused on what I want to do, I'm satisfied with what I'm getting so far.
The Tapiramas continue to grow and finally begin to show the first flowers and some seed pods, I can not wait to harvest.
I love this picture, in a way says a lot about Guanare, and myself, highlighted by the Curation team of VSCO
In this new season in Guanare I begin a new stage of work, and one of the first photos has been highlighted by the Curation team of VSCO.
July was another quiet month, spent a lot of time in the house and in the garden, also resume the project of the "Casitas de Guanare".
A cycle had closed, mission accomplished, I had planted and harvested my first plant in my life.
This was the month when the rainy season began here in the tropics, ended finally a tremendous drought caused by "El Niño".
Mientras van creciendo las plantas han llamado la atención de diferentes insectos, como soy nuevo en esto he tenido que probar diferentes métodos naturales y voy descubriendo lo complejo de tener cosechas.
I try not to get bored and go out to walk around the neighborhood and try to see interesting things
Ya ha pasado un mes desde que sembré las semillas de Tapirama y estoy fascinado como todos los días le encuentro más detalles, como van creciendo tan rápido.
I'm back again to publish the best of the month of my Instagram account, starting with the first pictures I've taken this season in Guanare.
Preparar el terreno en el jardín fue el primer trabajo fuerte que he hecho en mi vida con mis manos, pero a pesar de esto quería hacer Yo mismo el trabajo.
Decidí crear un pequeño huerto en la parte de atrás del jardín de la casa empezando una leguminosa silvestre originaria de Venezuela y en peligro de extinción
Holy Week arrive and I was taking a lot of pictures in Guanare, through the city trying to understand what I'm looking for.
As a child I traveled a lot with my family, there were many road trips per Venezuela, and always when we were leaving Guanare I seemed to see the facade of a church, as in a western movie, but it was always so fast that it was never sure if it was real or my imagination
I'm spending a season in Guanare preparing some projects still trying to start this year.